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While much of Best Execution mandate has been in place since 2007, when it was introduced by MiFID I, this time around the effect of the legislation is expected to bite much deeper and more broadly.
Enterprise Risk and Strategic Decision Making: Complex Inter-Relationships | Risk Management Solutions
When making strategic decisions about the allocation of often limited resources, boards and senior managers must consider multiple corporate objectives as well as the portfolio of investment opportunities available. Enterprise Risk and the firm’s risk appetite are also key considerations.
Identity monitoring: Keeping a finger on the pulse of client identity changes | Risk Management Solutions
As part of their Know Your Customer (KYC) due diligence process, banks and financial institutions (FIs) have a legal obligation to create and maintain a complete and accurate identity profile for each client with whom they do business.
Examine the growing problem of illegal logging and what red flags organizations need to look out for to prevent tainted timber from entering their supply chains.
Solvency II - How Insurers, Asset Managers and Asset Servicers are Meeting the Data Challenge | Risk Management Solutions
Compliance with the Solvency II regulation requires insurers to review their data governance, sourcing and management processes.
A look at how personal liability has become a major focus for regulators around the globe, who are looking beyond an organization’s role in compliance and taking a magnifying glass to individual accountability.
Solvency II will impact not only insurance companies but also the whole of the buy side chain, with an emphasis on asset servicers (investment managers, custodians and fund administrators).
By seeing BCBS 239 as the starting line and not the finish line, banks will not only be better prepared to handle future market events, but will be able to do business differently.
An in depth look at how the UK Modern Slavery Act could affect business conducted in Asia or those multinationals whose supply chains have links within the continent.
Chris Parry takes an in-depth look at the emerging market of Myanmar , the challenges and opportunities it offers for business, from a third party risk perspective.